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DeRoberts' energy, zest for life left mark

Jesse Truett will remember Haden DeRoberts for the leadership he demonstrated -- in good times and, more importantly, in bad times.

College note

Grandview Heights students named to the Columbus State Community College dean's list for summer 2016 include: Runxi Bai, Wenshuang Bai, Ashley Bradbee, Vincent Bradberry, Matthew Burns, Nelson Carson, Anna Dodson, Cole Kesterson, Kaitlyn Kropf, Khristina Lahm, Lindsey Lawrence, Yixin Luan, Callie Luckenbach, Aaron Mauro, Kaysi Morgan, Maria Murphy, Soo Hyun Park, Sophia Passarinho, Kelsey Reese, Daniel Rice, Tabitha Smith, Yuanjia Song, Zhangjin Sun, Deidra Tose, Josh Wernick, Shanna Wheeler, Allison Whitenack and Weiyun Xu.

Library notes

The following programs are offered by the Grandview Heights Public Library, 1685 W. First Ave., Columbus. Registration not required unless indicated. For more information, call 614-486-2951 or visit

Neighbors in the news

The Tri-Village Rotary recently announced Karen DeLaurentis as the recipient of its Employee of the Year award.

Work at city pool heating up

Baby, it's cold outside -- but construction workers at the site of Grandview Heights' new municipal pool are focused on the good old summertime.

Dancing in 'The Nutcracker'

BalletMet will present its annual production of "The Nutcracker" Dec. 9-24 at the Ohio Theatre, 39 E. State St. Seventeen performances are scheduled, with ticket prices ranging from $29 to $89. Tickets can be purchased at the CAPA Ticket Center, 39 E. State St., and To purchase tickets by phone, call 614-469-0939 or 800-745-3000. Grandview Heights students of the BalletMet Academy who will perform include: (first row, from left) Alice Coneglio, Mila DeCola, Della DeCola; (second row) Joey DeCola and Elise Coneglio.

Bike plan approved; traffic 'tool kit' hits speed bump

Grandview Heights City Council members this week approved a resolution to support the city's Bikeway Pilot Plan 2016, but action on giving its support to a proposed traffic plan was delayed at least until January.

Kids in need benefit from student-led endeavors

Two Grandview Heights High School students are bringing their families' holiday charitable traditions to the classroom.

Luminaria sale bolsters civic club's scholarship fund

The formula is simple for the Grandview Civic Welfare Club's annual luminaria sale.
Police beat

Grandview: Two face felony charges after Dublin Road break-ins

Grandview Heights police arrested two men Nov. 29 on felony counts after one of the men allegedly broke into a business in the 1400 block of Dublin Road.

Columbus libraries eliminate fines for overdue items

The Columbus Metropolitan Library system will stand to lose more than $370,000 a year after it eliminates fines for overdue materials Jan. 1.

Gym finds sweet spot for families

People looking to shed a few pounds may feel intimidated when they stroll into a gym and find themselves surrounded by bulked-up bodybuilders, hardcore fitness buffs and unfamiliar equipment.

Exploits await kids' stuffed-animal friends

For many children, their favorite stuffed animal is a treasure they received from Santa Claus.

Larson Middle School honor roll

The following students have been named to the honor or merit rolls at Larry Larson Middle School for the first quarter of the 2016-17 school year:

Coming up

New Neighbors League of Columbus, group activities and social events for recent transplants to the Columbus area. The group's purpose is to bring together new neighbors in the greater Columbus area to establish friendships and assist in the adjustment to new surroundings. Fee is $60. For more information, call 614-636-6652, email or visit newneighbors

Study preps Goodale for developers' next projects

As the Grandview Yard project continues to develop, the city of Grandview Heights plans to conduct a study to determine Goodale Boulevard's future.

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